Kjartan Jónsson

Has a MA degree in Translation Studies and a BA in Icelandic Linguistics and Literature from the University of Iceland.

Kjartan is the director of Múltikúlti-íslenska and has taught Icelandic for foreigners in the Intercultural Center and Múltikúlti-íslenska for the past 8 years and has experience in adult education on various issues.

Óskar Kjartansson

Óskar has a BA in Japanese Linguistics and Culture from the University of Iceland. In addition to that Óskar has a Leaving Certificate from FÍH, Music College in percussion. In addition to teach Icelandic, Óskar works as a musician and a teacher. Óskar speaks Japanese and English, in addition to Icelandic.

Caterina Poggi

Has a BA in Linguistic and Cultural Mediation and a Master in Teaching Italian to foreigners. She has been teaching Italian for 7 years in different countries. In addition to Italian, Caterina speaks English, Spanish and Icelandic.

Sölvi Halldórsson

Sölvi is a BA student at the University of Iceland, studying Icelandic language and literature with a minor in Danish. In addition to Icelandic and Danish, Sölvi is a fluent English speaker and a published poet.

Sandra Juzbasic

Sandra has an MA in English Language and Literature and a BA in Sociology from the University of Zagreb in Croatia. Before moving to Iceland she worked as a translator and English teacher in Croatia. Now she is finishing the BA program Icelandic as a Second Language at the University of Iceland. Her areas of interest are second language acquisition and teaching language to adults. She speaks Croatian, English and Icelandic.

Ingibjörg Stefánsdóttir

Ingibjörg has a teaching licence in Icelandic at upper secondary school level and can teach Icelandic to foreigners on all levels. She has taught courses on most levels and also a special writing course. She has also taught Icelandic and social studies in Landnemaskólinn, which is intended for immigrants who have advanced level Icelandic.

Marielle Lóa Mariéthoz

Marielle has a M.A. degree in Language Teaching and European Studies as well as a B.A. degree in Translation. She has been working as a language teacher, tour guide, translator and interpreter in different countries. Marielle is fluent in French, German, Spanish, English, Portuguese, and Icelandic. 

Joanna Zrobek

Joanna has a BA degree in English Language and Literature from the Pedagogical University in Cracow and a MA degree in Clinical Psychology from SWPS University in Katowice. She has seven years of experience in teaching in language schools in Poland.